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Why do I need Terms and Conditions for my online business?
Website Terms & Conditions set out how users can access your online business. They are important to limit your liability, set rules by which users can access and use your website and provide other important protections, limitations, rights and responsibilities specific to your website and business.
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Website T&Cs are the terms and conditions that website users need to agree to before they can further engage with your online business. Since it is a legally binding contract, any breach of these terms can be enforced.
It is an important contract that clarifies acceptable uses of the information on your website and limits your liability to website visitors.
For example, if anyone relies on information from the website to their detriment, Website Terms and Conditions should outline what happens in this situation and who will be liable for any losses. This way, your business can enjoy legal protection while it operates online.
You can learn more about Website Terms and Conditions here.
Website Terms & Conditions will typically be customised to suit the unique needs of your business and your website. For example, if you do business overseas or if you engage international users, your Terms and Conditions will need additional information on how the rules will work in an international context. However, below are some general things you should include in your Website Terms & Conditions.
1. Intellectual Property
3. External Links
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Yes, terms and conditions are important for websites as they set out the rules people must follow when engaging with your site. It includes protection for your IP and disclaimers to limit your liability. If you have a website, you definitely need one in place because the way people use information on your website is often out of your control, and having a simple disclaimer can help you limit your liability. If you’re selling goods or services on your website, T&Cs are essential to secure payments and set customer expectations.
There’s no standard type of Website Terms and Conditions because every business is different. There are multiple things that your business needs to be aware of, depending on factors such as the industry you’re in and whether you take online payment.
Our expert business lawyers can draft your Website Terms and Conditions and ensure that they are tailored to your business’ requirements.
Our fixed-fee Website Terms and Conditions packages start at $1265 + GST depending on your requirements (for example, whether they are basic T&Cs for the general use of your website, or whether they are Business T&Cs for your online shop or service).
Our packages generally include a set of Terms and Conditions drafted to meet your business’ requirements, phone consultations with a Sprintlaw lawyer and a complimentary amendment to the final draft we provide.
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